Distinct Distortion and low end popular with enthusiasts of down tuned, primal, and punishing guitarists and bassists.

Minneapolis, MN (June 22, 2018) -- Based on nostalgia and enthusiasm of the SUNN Concert Bass folklore, ZVEX Effects releases a smaller, traditionally enclosed modification to their Vexter Super Duper pedal. The ZVEX lab, has modified the well- loved ZVEX Super Duper 2-in-1 pedal to mimic the legendary Sunn Concert Bass amplifier, a solid-state monster with distinct distortion and low end popular with enthusiasts of down tuned, primal, and punishing guitarists and bassists. The input and output capacitors of the pedal have been voiced so the low-end is retained, and transistors were selected to give the instruments sharp teeth while still sounding organic.

  • Limited edition to order
  • Capacitors voiced so low-end is retained
  • Transistor selection for sharp teeth
  • Horizontal enclosure
  • Organic Sound
  • 2-year warranty when registered at www.zvex.com

The Super Duper Concert Bass Mod is available at all reputable guitar stores everywhere or it can be purchased directly from www.zvex.com

Retail Price is $249

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